What: A black cotton crewneck sweatshirt featuring asymmetric cut-outs enriched with heritage safety pin hardware.
Who: Gianni Versace launched his namesake brand in 1978. Following his murder in 1997, Gianni’s sister, Donatella, took over as creative director of the house, a role she has maintained ever since. Versace has been riding high on a nostalgia-driven wave of success in recent years, especially following the brand’s stellar Spring 2018 show, which resurrected some of Gianni’s most iconic looks and reunited many of his favorite ’90s supermodels for a golden (cat)walk down memory lane.
Why: This sweatshirt is a cool, modern way to channel your inner ’90s Elizabeth Hurley. Besides, fall is on its way and this will make an amazing transitional piece. Just imagine throwing it over a lacy top or a simple silk slip dress. Are you imagining it? Looks good, right? Yeah, it does.
How (much): $1,075